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E587 Antigen Is Upregulated by Goldfish Oligodendrocytes After Optic Nerve Lesion and Supports Retinal Axon Regeneration

E587 Antigen Is Upregulated by Goldfish Oligodendrocytes After Optic Nerve Lesion and Supports Retinal Axon Regeneration

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ANKERHOLD, Richard, Christian A. LEPPERT, Martin BASTMEYER, Claudia STÜRMER, 1998. E587 Antigen Is Upregulated by Goldfish Oligodendrocytes After Optic Nerve Lesion and Supports Retinal Axon Regeneration. In: GLIA. 23, pp. 257-270

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